Those who have had both coronavirus jabs are being warned by medics to look out for 21 symptoms.
According to The Mirror, experts say it is crucial to stay vigilant and be aware of coronavirus signs – even if you’ve had both doses of the vaccine.
The percentage of people testing positive is estimated to have dropped in the North East, North West, London, and the West Midlands, according to the latest Office for National Statistics figures.
There have however been increasing coronavirus rates in 200 local authorities, according to the latest information released by Public Health England.
The data also shows 47,302,445 people have now had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
And the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has now recommended offering a jab to children aged 12-15.
Meanwhile 40,577,198 adults have now had both doses of the vaccine.
The latest ZOE Covid 19 Symptom Study app shows the signs and symptoms double-jabbed and fully vaccinated Brits are still experiencing.
Users report which symptoms they are experiencing into the app, so that scientists can track the most common ones.
Professor Tim Spector, from the study, says most of the symptoms are not on the official NHS Covid list.
The UK’s official list of symptoms include just a fever, cough and loss of sense of taste or smell.
Anybody with one or more of the symptoms could be more likely to test positive.
He said: “Many of those who will have registered yesterday will have already received appointments for this weekend, I’m very happy to say that.
“Our teams and vaccination centres are strongly focused to try and get this job done rapidly and quickly.”
But some parents in England say they are still struggling to get a jab for their clinically extremely vulnerable children – four weeks after they were added to the roll-out.
NHS England say vaccinations will start from 23 August “at the latest”,
The list of 21 possible symptoms…
- High temperature
- Chills or shivers
- Persistent cough
- Loss or change of smell
- Loss or change of taste
- Unusual tiredness
- Sore throat
- Sudden confusion
- Skin rash
- Changes in mouth or tongue
- Red and sore fingers or toes
- Shortness of breath
- Chest pains
- Muscle pains
- Hoarse voice
- Skipped meals
- Abdominal pains
- Runny nose